Studio D'artisan Fox Fibre Colorganic Jeans Coyote
Regular price3 239 krSale
Studio D'artisan was founded by Shigeharu Tagaki in Osaka Japan back in 1979 and it was the earliest of the five Osaka brands that later became known as the Osaka Five, five brands from Osaka that put Japanese denim on the map and created the foundation of Japanese denim production.
These jeans are made from a very special organic cotton called "Coyote". It is grown in California by Sally Fox, a biologist who has dedicated herself to developing cotton species that give naturally colored fibers. This is one of her brown varieties, masterfully spun and woven into a 13,5 oz low tension denim. The result is a soft denim with a slightly irregular surface, from which Studio D'artisan has sewn jeans that are slimly cut with a regular rise in the waist. The sizing runs rather small so make sure you check the size charts before placing your order!
These jeans have not been dyed with any dye. The cotton has a naturally brown color, a very uncommon thing in the textile industry. Read this interview with Sally to learn more about her work with cotton and the different colors she grows!
Hemming is always included when you purchase a pair of jeans from us! Give us a comment during check out and we will shorten them before we send them. Keep in mind that you won't be able to return the jeans if we alter the length for you.
- Studio D'artisan Fox Fibre Colorganic Jeans Coyote - Slim legs and regular rise - 13,6 oz Japanese selvage low tension denim made to meet Fullcount's specifications - American Sally Fox organic brown cotton - Pre washed and wont shrink - Button fly - Hidden backpocket rivets - Made in Okayama, Japan
All measurements are in centimeters and measured on a flat surface. The thigh measurements are taken 10 centimeters down from the crotch straight across the pant leg.